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Animal Liberation Orchestra Live at The Catalyst Atrium on 2003-06-19




Disc one
1. Space, (Waiting For) Jaden
2. Time is of the Essence
3. Hot Tub
4. Spectrum
5. Chilly Chile

Disc two
1. Aliens
2. Reality Police
3. The Gardener > 50 Ways
4. Brother Be Strong

Disc three
1. Celery Stalker
2. Valentine's Day
3. Pobrecito
4. Possibly Drown
5. Girl (I Wanna Lay You Down)
6. Barbeque
7. Animal Liberation
8. Green Earrings > Movin' On Up (Theme from the Jeffersons)*
9. Sexo y Drogas
10. E: Red Headed Schoolgirl


Collection AnimalLiberationOrchestra
Band/Artist Animal Liberation Orchestra
Venue The Catalyst Atrium
Location Santa Cruz, California

Source Neumann KM140s, LunaTEC V2, Sonic AD2K+, Tascam DA-P1
Lineage Master Playback: Tascam DA-P1 SP/DIF into Sek'd Prodif Plus 48->44.1kHz conversion with Sek'd Red Roaster using Ultra High Quality setting.
Taped by Henry Heikkinen
Transferred by Henry Heikkinen

Notes

Set one is split across disc one and two.
The entire set two is on disc three.
Green Earrings > Movin' on Up
*with a possible Lust for Life tease (sounds like half the band was going for it, the other half stayin' put)

Split with CD Wave v1.82
checked with shntool v1.2.3
compressed with shorten 3.5.1

Reviews

Reviewer: Ha Ha Ha Whoops - - July 11, 2003
Subject: Setlist
Disc one
1. Space, (Waiting For) Jaden
2. Time is of the Essence
3. Hot Tub
4. Spectrum
5. Chilly Chile

Disc two
1. Aliens
2. Reality Police
3. The Gardener > 50 Ways
4. Brother Be Strong

Disc three
1. Celery Stalker
2. Valentine's Day
3. Pobrecito
4. Possibly Drown
5. Girl (I Wanna Lay You Down)
6. Barbeque
7. Animal Liberation
8. Green Earrings > Movin' On Up (Theme from the Jeffersons)*
9. Sexo y Drogas
10. E: Red Headed Schoolgirl

*with a possible Lust for Life tease (sounds like half the band was going for it, the other half stayin' put)

solid setlist, excellent performances by all, high fidelity audience recording gets a full 5 star rating
Reviewer: oleo - - July 9, 2003
Subject: Great show by fantastic band!
I first saw these guys playing at a park in Santa Barbara back in 1997. I picked up the tape they were selling at the time & wore the thing out. ALO writes great songs and their improv skills are original and refreshing. This show goes from Funk to Trance to Reggae to styles all their own. This show has a nice full sound, lots of banter and some killer jams. Highly recommended ear candy!
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